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Family – maintenance — shirking

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Family – maintenance — shirking

Roger Klimpke appeals a post-divorce order that reduced his maintenance by less than he had requested. He challenges: (1) the circuit court’s determination that his ex-wife, Jean Krause, was not shirking on her income; (2) the percentage of income allocated to each party; (3) the inclusion in Klimpke’s income of partial payments from a pension fund that had previously been divided in the divorce; and (4) the amount of weight given to Klimpke’s ability to pay in the court’s balancing of the equities. We affirm the decision of the circuit court. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP2735 In re the marriage of: Klimpke v. Klimpke

Dist IV, Clark County, Counsell, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Stevning Roe, Ann E., Marshfield; For Respondent: Wachsmuth, Bonnie, Owen

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